Hello to all. Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to get to know a little bit about me.
I am a very positive person. I always see the glass as being half-full. I always try to find the humor in every situation. For me it helps me face difficult situations with a smile and a positive attitude that helps the trials pass a little smoother.
The gospel is a large part of my life and very important to me. I have a strong testimony of the gospel and I know that my Father in Heaven loves me.
Family is extremely important to me. I love spending time with them and I have been fortunate that my job has allowed me plenty of time of to go visiting. I love children and I hope someday that I am lucky enough to have my own. But for now I am content to play and hang out with my nieces and nephews.
In my spare time I like to draw, paint, read and watch movies. I also like to listen to music, cooking and attending the theater. I love to travel and exploring new places. I have to be honest, I am not into sports that much. I enjoyed playing them as a kid and I do enjoy going to live sporting events (probably because I am a people watcher). However I am indifferent to watching sports on TV, but I always seem to know what is going on because I have a sister who loves to watch football.
I am a naturally reserved person. I like to listen and people watch. But once I get to know someone and I am comfortable in their presence I am a talker.
Some qualities I am looking for is someone who honors his priesthood, has a strong testimony, has a sense of humor and knows what he wants out of life. I am looking for someone who can be a friend as well as a husband.
I must warn you, I have a dog that comes with me. He is very cute and a little bit neurotic. If you have ever seen the movie “Up”, my dog acts a lot like Doug. It is a family joke.
I am not tied to Wyoming and I am willing to move. I came here because of a job and stayed because I loved my job, but it is not everything to me.
I am always willing to answer questions and I like getting to know people. So if you have questions or want to know more, just ask.